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the advantages are House Coats and Bath Robes—Worth $6.50 Special at r , TU
HOUSECOATS—they help a man to enjoy the comforts of a happy home GLOBE House Coats Cash 1 hem Cheenully.
salespeople best"' for' our are made to tit, carefully tailored with corded edges and fitted with two silk frogs. Bathrobes—just the a ■
BODY 7 b ° ys ~~ EVEBY kind of gifts men appreciate—in decidedly new and attractive two-tone effects. Also Bathrobe sets—robes V/ THE GLOBE
and slippers to match —in beautiful Holiday boxes. Special at $5. Higher grades at $7.50 to $lO.
Timely Economies in Men's Clothing What sjj Will Buy Here
. -y/ A fortunate purchase of a large quantity of high-grade Suits and Over- ■*-% «
coats enables us to offer the greatest December Clothing Values in this store's I-T OF 1 OUT DOy j \
history. There are Suits and Overcoats for everybody the snappy, young "Globe Special" Two Pants Suits at $5
dresser—the conservative man-the elderly gentlemen—and at special Christ. These double wear, double service suits have proven a B l||| fifj)
mas prices. boon to mothers—the extra pair of knickerbockers doubles B .dEali!
the life of the suit—others would ask $6.50 for the same
Men's Suits, Overcoats and $1 rr.oo Mackinaw Coats at $5 I I
Balmacaans, Worth $lB and S2O at . . lO= WSwf HEW
118 years. An unusual value at $5, worth $6.50. 1 j
Men's Suits and Overcoats Nobby Balmacaans at $5
I v The great utility coat —the coat for every purpose—of IrtnOl I ll] l ! A
\A/nrtl"» of- I C ■ZUZZ' Gray Cravenetted Tweeds—convertible collars—for bovs 10 Hi&fl iFufli WrTTf
Worm ai , . . . to 18 years. Special value at $5. , [jjjj
Men's Suits and Overcoats of the <6AO 50 Good warm "Comfy" Coats—Heavy Chinchillas and ■
* i Sr M Rough Shetland Cloths—with convertible or shawl collars— / HT f\
Highest Grade. Worth $25 and S3O at . /£/£= fl " ps " U| "° $ H)
Study This List of Christmas Suggestions for Men and Boys—
Leather Bags and Suit Cases Handkerchiefs Jewelry Silk Tie, Hose and Handkerchiefs—a
For Ladies and Gentlemen, with and Silk and Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, Link Cuff Buttons and Scarf Pins, Tie 1 sift eomlj i nati °o. 91-00
without littiugs, $5 to S2O. Fancy Silk and Lineu Handkerchiefs, Clasps, Evening Dress Chains and Gold °
n Trunirr Llneu Handkerchiefs, Collar Buttons, to $3.50. G/f/ S For the BOVS
ni/l/CS 4 */l to ®2.00i Tf. hjv t i ir* t ji• pi • * r* u o*A T>
For Ladies and Gentlemen Ward- . These Matched Sets . Indian Play Suits, Cowboy Suits, Boy
ror Lia lies a 1 Uenrl un V a Shirts Too Ronntifulh, Onvs// Scout Play Suits and Baseball Outfits,
robe, Steamer, Hat and Boot Skirt, MUTS, 00 Beautifully BOXed 50< to $3.50. Bath Robes, $2.50
Dresser and Bureau Trunks, $4.95 to Silk Shirts, White Shirts, Fancy Silk Suspenders, Arm Bands and Gar- to $3.50. Pajamas, SI.OO. Kiddies
* 3s * Shirts, Evening Dress and Tuxedo tens, 25<* to $1.50. Sleeping Garments, 500. Holeproof
Fine Hncit>ru Shirts and Night Shirts, SI.OO to $5. Collar Bags, Handkerchief and Tie Hosiery, 3 pair for SjSI.OO. Fur Lined
nusiery - . Cases to Match, SI.OO to $5.00. and Silk Lined Gloves, $1.25. Fur
In Silk, Silk Lisle, Cotton or Wool. JHCfIICrS Scarf Pin and Link Buttons, Tie Pins Caps, $1.50 to $2.50. Hockey Caps,
Exceptionally good values. Also "Hole- The better kind—for men, women and Tie Clasps, 50£ to $3.50. to SI.OO. Children's Velour
proof" Hose. All the new things, 25< and boys. Excellent line of Jerseys for Link Cuff Buttons, Stud and Vest Hats, $5.00. Boys' Sweaters, SI.OO
and 50£. .. men and boys, $1.50 to $lO. Buttons, 50£ to $3.50. to $3.00. Collar' Bags, 50£.
Feature—Thousands to Select From. THE GLOBE The Store Values Built THE GLOBE I
NEWS OF S
ONE HURT AS MYSTERIOUS
FIRE WRECKS NEW HOIS
Man With Broken Leg Suffers Further
Injuries When He Scrambles Out of
Bed—Double Dwelling, in Course of
Construction, Is Destroyed
A fire of unknown origin this morn
ing destroyed the three-story frame
double dwelling owned by Elio Dimeft'
at 420 and 422 Main street, and ibadly
damaged the roof the adjoining dwell
ings, owned by Samuel Goldsmith, 424
and 426 Main street. The fire was dis
covered aibout 4 o'clock.
The destroyed structure was in course
of erection, having recently been placed
under roof, and preparations were be
ing made to plaster it in a day or two.
T here wore no stoves in the dwellings
and, according to reports, the owner
had no insurance. In the opinion of
(borough fire oflieials, the blaze was
started by some enemy of the owner.
So far as known, only one man was
injured by the excitement of the fire.
This man is a boarder at 426 Main
street. When the roof ignited from
sparks from the Dimeff property he, al
though confined to his bed with a brok
en leg, managed to g.'t out of bed. He
fell on the floor, however, inflicting ad
ditional painful injuries, before other
men of the household managed to put
him back to bed.
Dimeff has had a streak of bad luck.
During the latter part of May a dou
ble dwelling, 473 and 475 Myers
The only time in the year when general gift-giving is indulged in, is
fast approaching. You will select gifts for loved ones and friends. You
will want these gifts to be just as good as it is posible to have for the
price you want to pay. You will want to feel that the gifts you have
purchased are the best obtainable for the amount paid. Then come to
The Ideal Jewelry and Optical Company, where we have but one method
of doing business. All goods are marked in plain figures, and we sell
everything with the broadest possible guarantee of satisfaction.
Wo now have on display hundreds of pretty gifts for every occasion
and purpose. We have prepared early for you and ask you to come and
choose your gift NOW. NOW the stocks are complete. NOW you have
first choice. NOW we have the time to show you the many pretty
So come select your gift or gifts, pay a deposit and we will reserve
the article selected until Christmas.
The Ideal Jewelry & Optical Co.
JACOB YOSELOWITZ, Manager
. No. 29 North Front Street, Steelton, Pa.
HARRISBURG THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1914.
street, Tvliich he owned, was gutted by
an incendiary fire, following which two
men were arrested by the State Fire
Marshal's orders, but at e, hearing be
fore Squire Gardner the charges against
the accused men were not sustained.
C. W. li'COY HOI ON VISIT
Local Man Is Now Postmaster of the
U. S. Battleship Utah—WiU
Next Visit Cuba
Charles W. iMlcCoy, Jr., postmaster
on the U. S. battleship Utah, is spend
ing a five-day furlough witlh his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McCoy, Sr.,
24 South IHarrisburg Street. Since the
Utah le»ft the vicinity of Vera Cruz
in August its time was spent in the
vicinity of Fortress Monro and cruising
along the Atlantic coast as far north as
'Mk'il 'oy will leave to rejoin his ship
Monday, but will spend another five-day
furlough at home during Christmas
week. About January 8, the Utah will
sail for Cu'ba to spend one month, after
which it will again return to Hampton
Roads where it will 'be put in sihape to
go through the Panama canal on a
trip to San Francisco to take part In
tihe opening of the Pan-American Ex
position in 1915.
Last April, when Admiral Fletcher
was ordered to seize the customs ihouse
at Vera Cruz, McCoy, t'hen an officer's
cleric, was among the first landing party
and he took an active part in its cap
ture, subsequently holding the position
as cihief of police for a short time
until order was restored in the captured
ADDRESS OX EUROPEAN WAR
Jordan Stankoff Outlined Position of
Jordan Stan'koff, of Chicago, a former
resident of the borough, addressed the
Macedonian-Bulgarian Alliance of the
l>orough last night on the position of
Bulgaria in the present European war.
He is alleged to have predicted that
that country will enter fthe great strug
gle in the spring and that unless Bul
garia is ceded back the territory wrest
ed from her by Greece and Sorvia in
the Balkan war, s'lie will enter the con
flict on the side of Germany.
WILL ELECT NEW OFFICERS
The St. Lawrence Society, the oldest
of the local Croatian beneficial societies
of the borough, will elect new officers
at a meeting called for Friday evening
at 8 'o'clock. A committee was ap
pointed to arrange a program to be ren
dered on the evening of February 20,
when the twentieth anniversary of its
organization will bo observed.
ARCANUM ELECTED OFFICERS
Steelton Council, No. 933, Royal Ar
canum, elected the following officers at
its meeting last evening: Representa
tive to grand council, H. F. Lupfer;
alternate representative, G. S. Shcarn;
regent, I. Newton Leeds; vice presi
dent, John P. Croll; orator, Charles E.
King; past regent, William Sadler; sec
retary, A. N. Lupfer; collector, E.
Scott Basom; treasurer, E. H. Mengle;
chaplain, E. Wilson Sherer; guide, H.
F. Lupfer; warden, A. V. A. B. Mc-
Cauley; sentry, G. S. Shearn; trustees,
Dr. D. B. Traver, H. R. Rupp and
Charles F. Buck.
WILL ATTEND STOUGH MEETING
The Christian Endeavor Society of
St. John's Lutheran church will go to
the Stough Tabernacle Friday evening
instead of holding its regular meeting
in the church. Special cars will leave
Swatara, Pine and Lincoln streets at
-6.45 o'clock. Those unable to go at
this time can meet the Steelton dele
gation outside the tabernacle at 7.15
The Steelton "Ys" will hold their
regular monthly business meeting at
the home of Mrs. John Bethel, North
Second street, Saturday evening at 8
Post 351, G. A. 8., of the borough,
will meet at the rooms of Post 58,
Harrisburg, this evening at 7.30
o'clock and with other posts of the
city will march to the Stough taber
nacle where seats will be reserved for
Two special cars have been secured
to convey members of Centenary Unit
ed Brethren church to the Stough tab
ernacle, Friday evening. These cars
will leave Front and Swatara streets
at 7 o'clock. All members are requested
to meet at the church at 6.45 o'clock.
Stops will also be made at Walnut,
Piiie and Lincoln streets.
The students of the local high school
will attend the Stotigh meeting Friday
evening in a body and will to Har-
Irisburg on a special car about 7 o'clock.
! The People's Bank sent 1,200
checks ranging from $12.88 to over
SIOO through the mails to-day to the
members of the Christmas Savings
Club operated by the bank.
Squire Gardner last night continued
the hearing of Harvey Fortuey and
James Smith, who were arrested for
stealing a slot machine from iu front
of the store of John Klein, South Front
Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting
nurse employed by the Steelton Civic
Club, will be in her office from 8 a. m.
to 9 a. m., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30
FIVE eiffht-roomed dwellings with bath
and all improvements, on Harrisburg
street, Steelton. Desirable location. Ap
ply to MESSINGEIt & BRINSEII, 110
N. Front street, Steelton, Pa.
Philadelphia Division—l2l crew to
go first after 3.45 p. m.: 102, 112,
11 6, 111, 104, 101, 108, 119, 128.
Engineer for 108.
Firemen for 108, 116.
Flagmen for 102, 104.
Brakemen for 103, 108, 112, 116
Engineers up: Hennecke, Welsh,
Kenedy, Gallagher, Bissinger, McGpire,
Albright, Kelly, Smith, Kauitz, Spoas,
Goodwin, Smeltzer, Hubler, Newcomer,
McCauley, First, Wolfe Statler.
Firemen up: Spring, Mulholm, Mil
ler, L. C. Kestreves, Robinson, Gelsing
er, Cover, Weaver, Wagner, Kreider,
Myers, Davidson, Bushey, Carr, Rollin,
Brenner, Everhart, Rhonda, Libh art,
Wilson, Shive, Copeland, Mahoney, Her
man, Barton, Hartz, Ashey Swank,
10 North Market Square
We do the best dental worh that
can possibly be done and we do it at
charges that are most moderate.
Painless extraction free when plates
are ordered. Largest and moß' com
plete offices in the city; sanitary
throughout. Lady attendant.
Hours: 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays
10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Moulder, Huston, Yentzer.
Conductors up: Mehaffle, Fink.
Flagman up: Banks.
Brakemen up: Kcpe, Coleman, Feig,
Cox, Knupp, Dearolf, Collins, Desch,
Riley, Gouse, Sweigart, Morris, Bogncr,
Middle Division—22 crew to go first
after 1 p. 111.: 15, 24, 25, 18, 23, 17,
Engineer for 15.
Conductor for 24.
Brakemen for 22, 24.
Engineers up: Bennett, Free, Mum
may Webster, Simonton, Havens, Moore,
Firemen up: Kaistetter, Reeder,
Siheesly, Shreilier, Potteiger, Bornman,
Lieba-u, Foltcher, Arnold, Cox, Buyer,
Musser, Drewett, Zeiders.
Conductor up: Keys.
Flagman up: Frank.
Brakemen up: Reese. Frank, Spahr,
Sehoffstall, McHenry, Mathias, Myers,
Peters, Stahl, Henderson, Troy, Kohli,
Pipp, Wenrick, Kipp.
Yard Crews—Engineers uip: Stahl,
iSwwb, Crist, Harvey, Saltsman, Kuhu,
Pelton, Shaver, Laridis, liovler, Brene
man, Thomas, Houser, Meals.
Firemen up: Schieffer, Roucli, Wei
gle. Lackey, Cookerlv, Maeyer, Sholter,
Sncll, Getty, Hart, Bavkey, Sheets, Bair,
Eyde, Nev, Myers, Boyle, Shipley,
Crow Ulsh, Bostdorf.
Engineers for 322, 1856, 885, 1820,
Firemen for 1850, 1171, 1270, 14,
Philadelphia Division —216 crew to
go first after 3.45 p. in.: 245, 209,
246, 222, 238, 210, 202.
Engineer for 210.
Firemen for 238, (2).
Conductors for 216, 238.
Flagmen for 246, 245.
Brakemen for 216, 219, 238, 248.
Conductors up: Walton, Logan.
Flagmen up: Krow, Camp.
Brakemen up: Vandling, Decker,
Rice, Kiester, Shaffer, Jacobs, Hoopes,
Knight, Arment, Musser, Twigg, Shaft'-
ner, Albright, Goudy, Lutz, Kone, Fen
Middle Division —101 crew to go
first after 3 p. m.: 120, 118, 116,
115, 112, 105.
Engineer for 118.
Fireman for 120.
Conductors for 118, 105.
Flagman for 118.
Brakemen for 101, (2); 120.
P., H. & P.—After 4 p. m.: 19, 20,
15, 14, 5, 7, 23, 9, 18, 17, 1, 6.
Eastbound—After 2.45 p. m.: 67,
52, 57, 54, 69, 59.
Conductors up: Kline, German,
Engineers up: Wyre, Wood, W r ireman,
Tipton, Glass, Massimorc, Fetrow, Fort
Firemen up: Snader, Nye, Dowhowcr,
Brown, Rumbaugh, King, Palm, Epley,
Anders, Bowers, Kelly, Sellers, Dobbins,
Brakemen up: Heilman, Miller,
Ayres, Heckman, Snaling, Ensminger,
Maurer, Miles, Strain, Ely, Page, Troy,
HITS THE TRAIL
Continued l'rom I-'ir»t rase.
panied trail-hitters, as usual, where his
wifo was, and, upon learning that she
was present, he went to lier seat to
bring her to the front. His efforts
were in vain, and after the choir had
finished several verses of "Almost
Persuaded" he came to the front and
continued tlie handshaking.
One man when asked by the evan
gelist if he had a home said: "My
home is wherever I hang up my hat,"
making the second hobo among the
penitents in consecutive nights.
Another man, dirty and tattered, was
led to the front, seeming not to know
what lie was doing. Dr. Stough turned
him over to some ministers nearby,
who took him to a room and washed
him, trying meanwhile to sober him.
Finally ono of the trail-hitters, to
add to the. general excitement, told
how his wife had left him and how he
had 'been out of the Dauphin county
jail for only a few days. He had
promised Professor Spooner at one of
the meetings at the prison conducted
by the Stough party that he would go
to the tabernacle and hit the trail
when be was released.
Meeting at Jail To-day
At tho jail this morning another
meeting was held, with 135 members
of the tabernacle choir present. Miss
•Palmer and Mr. Patterson spoke and
vocal solos were given by Mrs. Harris
and Prof. Spooner. While tho services
were being held three new convicts
were taken to their colls.
"The warden tells me," said Prof.
Spooner after the meeting, "that there
are fewer arrests now in this city than
usual at this time of the year, due, no
doubt, to the influence of the Stough
'' Tho mail that comes to my desk in
a day would be enough to make a dog
laugli," said Dr. Stougth before begin
ning his sermon last evening. He told
of a letter ho had received asking him
to condemn the plan for a municipal
Christmas tree on the ground that the
money should be given to the poor, and
also ridiculed the faith fit a business
man who had sent him a long list of
bad debtors and requested him to col
lect tho money. He said that some cor
resixftidents are accusing him of not
being hard enough on the rich, anil
others of being too harsh.
No collections have been taken at
tho week-day meetings during this
week, but offerings will probably bo re
ceived for several nights, it has been
announced, for the benefit of worthy
local objects, ami for Belgian sufferers.
There will also be a "pound nig'ht,"
possibly next week, on which admission
can be gainod only by the payment of
articles of food or clothing, which will
be heaped on tihe platform and later
distributed among the needy poor of
Definite Announcement To-night
Dr. Stough is expected to announce
from the platform at the tabernacle to
night that he will stay in this city an
additional week beyond the six weeks
designated in the contract, closing the
■campaign on the Monday 'before Christ
mas, December 21.
The evangelist last night occupied
the greater part of his time enacting
the experiences of Mr. John Jones, of
Harrisbwrg, in Heaven. He told how
the man, who had on earth, "paid his
honest de'bts, treated his wife and
I family well, and kept oat of State prb
, on,'' entered through the pearly gatts
I with much seU'-conliduce, but, bow aft
er be had met persons who ha«l accept
ed Jos us Christ in the world, and done
work in saving of souls, he begun to
I lose faith in himself and finally saw
Morality and Holiness Differ
"Morality is all right, here on
earth," shouted the revivalist, "as far
as it goes, but I say it doesn't go far
enough » * » (Jo,| demands not
morality but holiness. There is a deal
of difference between the two. Moral
ity only affects the outside of a man,
but holiness touches the inside."
To-night will be patriotic, night at
the tabernacle. Veterans of the Civil
war and of the Spanish-American war
I will march to the tabernacle in bodies.
| As they coino down the aisles to the
I seats reserved for them, persons in the
aiwlieneo will wave flags which they are
asked to bring with them.
Out-of-Town Students Coming
Students of the local High schools
have been busy inviting High school
students from surround)-nig towns to be
their guests at the talbernacle to-mor
row night. Committees of the.boys ami
girls of this city will meet the delega
tions as thev arrivo here 011 the subur
ban cars, and conduct them to the
meetdny, where there will be singing
At the Victoria To-day
Intensely dramatic and marked by
splendid acting is the four-part Patho
photoplay, "The Money Lender,"
which is tho special attraction at the
Victoria theatre, 223 Market street,
for to-day only. The storv, which is
one of the most recent Pathe produc
tions, portrays life among the Polish
Jews and has made a lasting impression
on movie fans where it has been shown
during the last few days. The plot is
woven around the love of a Gentile for
a fair Jewess, which has taken com
plete mastery of her and results in her
death and her father's mental agony,
wherein he resorts at last to the saerod
words prescribed by his religion.
Another headliner at the Victoria to
day is the two-reel Thanhouser special,
"The Center of the Web,'' featuring
Clarie Kroell, Frank Wood and Sam
Ni'blaek. It is the love story of a girl
counterfeiter and is intensely interest
"Leading Lizzie Astray" is to-day's
Keystone comedy at the Victoria, which
has some extraordinarily interesting
and amusing features.
To-morrow's special will' be "The
Sea Nymphs," featuring Maibel and
Early impressions are not easily er
ased. The virgin wax is faithful to tho
signet, and subsequent impressions
seemi rsther to indent the former ono*
than to eradicate them.